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Box Office Top 20: Shyamalan's 'Split' Trounces 'xXx'
M. Night Shyamalan's psychological thriller "Split" blew away box-office expectations, earning $40 million in ticket sales over inauguration weekend, according to final figures Monday
Film About 1960s Black Mathematicians Tops MLK Weekend
"Hidden Figures," the film about African-American mathematicians at NASA during the 1960s space race, led the North American box office for the second straight week, selling $27.5 million in tickets over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend
COLUMN: Is Superhero TV Like 'Luke Cage,' 'Flash' Better Than the Films
"Captain America: Civil War" was very well received by fans and critics, "Suicide Squad" was not. " Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" sits somewhere in between and for a 2016 that could have been one of the best in superhero films, it really didn't deliver -- at least yet. We can debate whether
COLUMN: Whether the DC Universe Should Start Over After 'Suicide Squad'
I’ve written and rewritten this column about 10 times, and I keep coming back to the same conclusion -- we deserve better. I was extremely excited about "Suicide Squad," had faith in director David Ayer, and taking things even further back to this past December, penned a column on how 2016 could be
Gretchen Carlson Files Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against Former Fox News Boss Roger Ailes
Gretchen Carlson, an 11-year veteran at Fox News Channel, has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against former boss Roger Ailes, the network's CEO and chairman, alleging that he "sabotaged" her career because she had "refused his sexual advances." In court documents filed in Bergen County's
5 Stories You May Have Missed This Weekend
1. Trump Holds 15-Point Lead Over Cruz in Indiana Ahead of Primary Donald Trump holds a 15 percentage point lead over Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in Indiana ahead of the state's Republican primary this Tuesday, according to a new poll from NBC/WSJ/Marist released Sunday morning. Trump earned 49 percent
'Maze Runner' 'Further Delayed' Due to Dylan O'Brien's Recovery, Says Studio
The final installment of "The Maze Runner" series has been postponed again. Production on "Maze Runner: The Death Cure" was halted late last month after the film's star, actor Dylan O'Brien, was injured on set. In a statement on Saturday, a rep for 20th Century Fox said principal photography on the
Dylan O'Brien, Star of 'Maze Runner,' Injured on Set
"Maze Runner" star Dylan O'Brien has been injured on the set of his new movie, his rep confirmed to ABC News today. The actor was involved in an accident and is currently receiving medical attention at a local hospital, she added. According to a statement from 20th Century Fox, the accident took
Washington Seeks Hollywood's Advice in War on ISIS
Secretary of State John Kerry visited Los Angeles on Tuesday to meet with a group of Hollywood studio executives for advice on fighting ISIS propaganda. It was one of Kerry’s last stops on the West Coast after attending a conference of Asian-Pacific leaders with President Obama. Kerry tweeted out a
Deadpool, Box Office and Superheroes
ABC News' Dan Silver and Michael Rothman review Deadpool and discuss box office numbers and superheroes.